Posts Tagged "featured"

Gulab Jamun with Khoya

Gulab Jamuns are deep fried sweets made of milk solids and flour, which are soaked in sugar syrup flavoured with cardamom or saffron. Their caramalized exterior and juicy interior makes them a delectable and very popular Indian sweet.

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Navratan Korma

Navratan or ‘nauratan’ means ‘nine gems’ and korma is a mild, slightly sweet, creamy, gravy-based curry, where either vegetables or meat is cooked slowly, almost like a stew. Navratan Korma is regarded to be a Mughlai dish, which was created or modified by the royal chefs of Mughal emperors in Delhi. It is said that…

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Stuffed Paneer Loaf

Paneer is a kind of fresh cheese very popular in Indian vegetarian cuisine. It is extremely versatile and can be used for preparing both savory and sweet snacks, appetizers, the main course and desserts. Although it looks like tofu, it is way more flavorful and has a great texture. In Delhi, getting bits of paneer…

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Chicken 65

Chicken 65 is one of the most popular appetizers, originating in South India. It is very spicy, tangy, has a distinctive red colour and is full of flavours. It can be eaten as it is or with plain rice and flatbreads like naan or parathas. The origin of the name of Chicken 65 has some…

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Lemon cheesecake

Lemon cheesecake is a perfect dessert for brunch or dinner during spring and summer. The tangy, lemony taste is refreshing and unlike other cheesecakes, which tend to be heavy, this tastes light and airy. I had planned to make it for Easter but due to lack of time I chose to skip dessert and only…

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